@B-Murda I’m interested in how you are running the Deepstack within portainer, I tried but couldn’t get DS to fire up properly. It wasn’t asking me for my API on first boot, so it wouldn’t process requests. Did you change anything or any environment options to get it working / playing well with DS hardware requirements?My setup is an i7700k running ESXi w/ 32GB ram.
I have BI on a dedicated VM with 12GB ram assigned and 4 core. My 7 cameras are all running 4k 20fps 16k bitrate (max) @ h265 25/7 recording (14TB hdd). I have sub-stream enabled and set to max also and use this for alerting.
Home Assist is setup in a second VM and Deepstack is on that via portaner. I have that set to use 2 cores and 4gp.
I set the env mode to High. AI tools runs on the BI host so the images are local to it and just sent to AI for processing.
Curious, if you type the URL that you've put into the AI Tool into your browser, do you get an automatic trigger or a popup like the below asking for user name and PW?Both the username and password are case sensitive so check to make sure it’s not that.
The other thing to try is setting up the web service in BI again?
Aha...I have two ethernet cards in my server now that I think about it (should have pulled one out originally when I set up the machine as I assume it was used in the work environment it came from).I had issues with localhost due to having multiple network cards in my BI machine. It works for the deepstack setting but not triggering the camera.
Edit: just checked and I actually have 127.0.0.1 in the deepstack setting
Nope, they're two separate things.Ah, got it. So in BI, if I have set the port as say 911 (instead of 80 or 81), when I launch Deepstack, should this port be set as 81, or the same 911?